PAINT, PRINT & DESIGN

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For the last five days I have been working with fabric paint and an open mind to develop a new class called ‘PAINT, PRINT and DESIGN’. This workshop samples many techniques using fabric paints. I found that if you keep the paint on the thinner side, it alters the fabric very little. Although I prefer working with thickened Procion dyes, I wanted the process to be very immediate for the participants. Most of the techniques could be appropriated to thickened dyes at a later time.

This class is useful for:

*those who want to incorporate more personal imagery into their quilts

*individuals who feel stuck and need some inspiration

*making original work for digital design

*mixed media artists

*those who love abstract design

*Art Quilters in general

*all ages and abilities

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CHECK OUT ‘CLASSES- ‘Paint, print & design’ IN THE ABOVE MENU

Here is a taster:

SD-wet-in-wet-cardboard-edges-wb SD-brush-petals-wb SD-salt-flakes SD-white-paint-resist-wb SDStamp-over-wet-background-wb SD-two-colour-sample3wb SD-stamp-with-white-pain-resist-wb SD-sunprint-with-plastic-tablecloth-dyno-wb SD-Hot-glue-stamp-and-wash-away-wb SD-Foam-brush-experiments-3wb SD-Foam-brush-experiments-wbSD-elmer's-glue-resist-plus-red-paint-wb SD-thermofax-print-wb

SD-washaway-sponge-letter-print-wb SD-shaving-foam-marbling-wb Ubiquitous-bubble-wrap-wb Sharpie-stacked-journalling-wb SD-foam-print-over-wash-out-splattered-background-wb SD-shiva-rubbing-wb

 

 

 

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